- What are Patient Advisory Groups?
- How do they work best?
- What might be helpful to know?
Tuesday, 27 March 2018
Tuesday, 13 March 2018
Then we must part
And, oh, if we ever part, then that might break my heart"
Friday, 2 March 2018
- It is about the public at large
- It needs to target specific communities of need – cultural, geographic,
- Consider where people who use or come across NHS Settings - GP, Pharmacy, Care Homes
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- Think about how the technology suits our needs, fits with our lifestyle and uses information we already collect
- Crosses our daily path to the shops, the pub and restaurant
- The IDEAS Stage – About CHECKING on interest and worth
- The DESIGN Stage - About OPINIONS on what and how
- The DEVELOPMENT Stage – About TESTING about practicalities
- The APPLICATION Stage – About USING in real life
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As we communicate with Patients think Rosetta Stone - - local language, government policy and pictures.
If you have one or two patient representative they are NOT your involvement. They should be there to help you plan your involvement...
- For different reasons
- At different points
- With different people
- In different places
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We have to make an IMPACT. We must involve people in order to make a difference. It is basically very simple yet difficult and challenging.
Having recently bought a narrowboat I know the feeling. It is basically very simple, goes very slowly and for lots of the time you just keep it on a straight line.
It also is a different culture with a new language and skill set. It is okay to make some mistakes and to seek advice and help. Patients are a really lovely community and very willing to help. So, are the narrowboat community who seem endlessly patient with me as I make contact again and again.